The Big Show
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 1710/17/14
Bob, Doug & Mark hear from Iowa Ag Secretary Bill Northey live from his combine in NW Iowa. Dave VandenBoom highlights the hand cornhusk event and Lee Kline talks about the Red Rock flood.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 16
Bob, Doug & Mark welcome U.K. farmer and Kleckner Award winner Ian Pigot into the studio and address a number of issues. And some job opportunities with Flint Hills Resources.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 15
Bob in Ogden at the home of Iowa's Best Tenderloin for 2014, The Lucky Pig. Doug & Mark in studio talking livestock with Lee Schultz at Iowa State, plus the Dow plunging in trade.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 14
Bob & Doug in studio with Mark at Iowa State's Ag Career Day where nearly 270 employers visit with students about ag careers.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 13
Doug & Mark visit with Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis about food vs fuel. Jim Williams with the latest on oil prices. And Chad Hart from ISU with insight on the new Farm Bill.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 10
Doug & Mark in studio with Bob on the road. Darrin Newsome of DTN breaks down the October WASDE numbers. Roger McEowen talks CRP tax. Bob announces where the state's best tenderloin is. And Lee Kline highlights a neat area along the Mississippi.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 9
Bob & Doug in studio with Mark on location near Laurel with Latham Seed. The guys talk about the California chicken law and hear from EPA's Carl Brooks.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 8
Bob, Doug & Mark talk markets with Darrin Newsome. NPPC President Howard Hill with information on an FDA task force. And Ray Jenkins phones in from Cargill in Edyville.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 7
Bob in the field south of Iowa City with the folks from DuPont Pioneer combining soybeans. Doug & Mark in studio covering markets and weather. Plus an update from Extension's Paul Kassel up in NW Iowa.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 6
Bob, Doug & Mark talk harvest efficiency with Extension's Mark Hanna, then visit with a pilot flying on cover crops this Fall. And a report on the Warren Co. 4H.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 3
Bob & Doug highlight Pork Month with members of the IA Pork Producers in studio. Show wraps up with a report from Lee Kline.
WHO Radio's The Big show October 2
Bob & Doug welcome in the Governor, Ag Secretary and members of IA's Corn Growers to announce the harvest weight restriction waiver for this Fall.
WHO Radio's The Big Show October 1
Jam packed with guests from the Phillipines in studio as well as market analyst Jacquie Voeks. The Governor announces the weight limit waiver for hauling grain. Mark near Redfield with Latham Seeds & author Carol Bodensteiner
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 30
Bob, Doug & Mark address PED and some news on the feed side of the hog industry. FC Coop's Todd Claussen talks harvest and Aubrey from the weather service outlines some rain moving into the state.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 29
Bob, Doug & Mark find out about this week's World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI. Also a feature on the Rathbun Protector Program and an introduction to Ballard's Voc Ag teacher.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 26
Bob, Doug & Mark covering farm markets, weather and some new Farm Bill program news as well as Lee Kline.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 25
Bob, Doug & Mark joined in studio by Summit Farm's Bruce Rastetter. Also Bill Northey calls in to discuss farm safety.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 24
Bob broadcasting from trading floor of Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Doug & Mark cover markets & weather. Plus a report from Andy Peterson and a hay update from Dale Lesslein.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 23
Doug broadcasting from Iowa State's new Bio engineering building with Mark in studio covering markets and weather.
WHO Radio's The Big Show September 22
Bob back from Ireland and joins Doug & Mark in studio as they continue to talk Beef Checkoff with an Iowa perspective. Fall cover crops being flown on and Farm Rescue busy helping farm families this Fall.
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